Caviidae


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Caviidae

[kə′vī·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A family of large, hystricomorph rodents distinguished by a reduced number of toes and a rudimentary tail.
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No se descarta que algunos de los restos indeterminados a nivel especifico y clasificados a nivel de familia Caviidae pertenezcan a Galea musteloides.
This clitoral urethra has not been described in other Caviidae as Cavia porcellus (Cooper and Schiller 1975; Popesko et al.
53 Euneomys chinchilloides Caviidae Microcavia australis Ctenomyidae Ctenomys magellanicus Total micromamiferos 188 Taxon Tyto Bubo alba magellanicus Didelphidae Lestodelphys halli -- 2.
Herrera (chapter 7) reviews mating systems, sexual selection, and sperm competition in caviomorphs and provides case studies from different families, especially Caviidae, in which we find almost every kind of social and mating systems described for mammals.
El catalogo de la diversidad de endoparasitos en mamiferos del Neotropico tiene una larga historia a partir de los primeros registros publicados por Rudolphi en 1819, ampliandose sin duda, y en Argentina especialmente, con las exploraciones taxonomicas, hospedatorias y geograficas para Cricetidae, Caviidae (Rodentia), Dasypodidae (Xenarthra), Didelphidae (Didelphimorphia), Camelidae (Cetartiodactyla), Atelidae (Primates), Molossidae, Vespertilionidae y Phyllostomidae (Chiroptera), que habitan vastos territorios y representan elementos importantes de la biodiversidad mastozoologica.
Agouti VC, T punctata Myoprocta pratti Agouchi VC, T Caviidae Hydrochoerus Capibara VC, T hydrochaeris Cuniculidae Cuniculus paca Paca T Dinomyidae Dinomys branickii Pacarana I LAGOMORPHA Leporidae Sylvilagus Brazilian Wild VC brasiliensis habbit Order/Family Scientific Name Method MMA 2014 2013 DIDELPHIMORPHIA Didelphidae Didelphis VC, CT marsupialis Micoeurus regina PILOSA Bradypodidae Bradypus variegatus I Megalonychidae Choloepus spp.
Cricetidae represent 17% and Caviidae 11% of prey items in the total sample (see Vezzosi et al.
To date, a total of 24 species of Trichuris have been described from 10 families of rodents in America, Caviidae (1 species), Cricetidae (8), Ctenomyidae (4), Dasyproctidae (1), Echymyidae (1), Geomyidae (1), Heteromyidae (3), Myocastoridae (1), Octodontidae (1), and Sciuridae (3).
Cun 1300-2500 vestitus Oriental Thomas, 1899 * Familia Caviidae Caviinae Cavia Pallas, 1766 Cavia aperea Andina: Cord.
Chromosome studies in some members of the family Caviidae (Mammalia: Rodentia).